Unknown Legends: White-line Woodcut and the Hidden History of the Provincetown Printers with Breanne Trammell
July 17 - July 21| $350 – $1200
Unknown Legends: White-line Woodcut and the Hidden History of the Provincetown Printers – Breanne Trammell
Dates: July 17 – 21, 2023
Tuition: Sliding Scale $350 – $1200
Lab fee: $75
Class limit: 8
Together, we will engage with the hidden history and processes of the Provincetown Printers, specifically the under-known group of women at the vanguard of the white-line woodblock print. The white-line process is portable, affordable, and suitable for any skill level! We will inscribe woodblocks with drawings or designs and use watercolor pigment to fill in the remaining areas of the block until the image is complete. The gardens and surrounding natural environment at WSW will serve as inspiration in addition to other visual resources that are compelling to workshop participants.
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Breanne Trammell is an artist currently living at the intersection of The and Moon. Her work evolves out of the daily practice of looking, learning, zoning out, and being extremely local. She lovingly clowns around, riffing and bootlegging language and form to situate everyday life, feelings, and emotions as material for her work. Recent and past projects include adopting a highway in Iowa, touring the U.S. performing free manicures, reading a CV on the radio, mowing the grass, and performing soft comedy. Breanne received her MFA in printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design and was the 2014 WSW Ora Schneider Artist-in-Residence.